Brooks Memorial Library

Friends of Brooks Memorial Library

First Wednesdays Series: May

May 2 @ 7 pm    ♦    James Maroney
Georgia O’Keeffe produced over 2,000 works in her 75-year career. James Maroney, the former Head of American Paintings at both Sotheby’s and Christie’s and the person who conducted her estate appraisal after her death, presents a critical evaluation of her best work.

Native American and George Washington

The Indian World of George Washington

MAY 3 • Colin Calloway
Dartmouth College professor Colin Calloway discusses the first president’s relations with Indian peoples and considers how Native American nations and lands shaped the man who shaped the republic.

crystal ball to see the future

What This Country Needs is a Secretary of the Future

NOVEMBER 2 • David Brancaccio

David Brancaccio, host of NPR’s Marketplace Morning Report, considers one way our democracy might get beyond the short-term focus of politics and address long-term challenges such as sustainability, infrastructure, and healthcare. It’s an approach suggested to him by a beloved author. Location: Centre Congregational Church.
Underwriter: Vermont Public Radio

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The mission of the Friends is to support the Brooks Library through advocacy, public relations, and fundraising in order to provide the highest quality library services to the community.

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